Where Credit’s Due

In a previous life, I was never that bothered about being credited. So much of what I did was collaborative, at editorial direction or straightforward revision of pre-existing text, that it often felt odd to put my name to it as a ‘written by’ credit. (This, of course, became ironic as the one book I […]

Writing Heroes: Alistair MacLean

(This is going to be a long one. Partly, it’s because I can’t be bothered to split the topic down into two blogs. Mostly, it’s because I’ve a long weekend ahead running around Tube stations, so may not have chance to blog next week.) Though largely forgotten now, Alistair MacLean was a best-selling author throughout […]

Convergence, Part Two

This is a public service announcement from the Coldharbour executive committee. The second part of the Convergence serial is now available to download for free in both mobi and epub formats. ‘Following Isra’s encounter at Edgware Road, her partner, John Templeton, meets with an old friend. Can he unravel the mystery of the brooch? And […]